A colloquium of the Summer Writing Program. The faculty of the Summer Writing Program give synopsis of the themes and ideas which the addressed in each of their classes. Anne Waldman is chair of the colloquium.
Featured readers all read from their work. Pieces include Peter Lamborn Wilson's Luddite poems, Charles Alexander's "Pushing Water" (an excerpt), Anne Waldman's Iovis, and Simon Ortiz reading poems in Acoma and English. This is part 1 of 2.
This faculty reading includes Amiri Baraka reading "Somebody Blew Up America" and "The Mind of the President" and talking about his murdered daughter; Kristin Prevallet reading predominantly political pieces such as "Force," "Norm" and "Blueprint for a Revolution"; and Deborah Richards reading "Notes from the Margin," "Some Notes from a Looseleaf War Journal," and "Author's Note." This is part 1 of 2.
A reading from June of 2003. Performers on this tape are Junior Burke and Donald Guravich. Burke sings a combination of Philip Whalen's "Dear Mister President" and a mass e-mail of President Bush's resume and reads from his novel, "Us." Guravich reads numerous poems including, "Artifacts," "The Patriot Act," and, "The Best Movie Ever Made." Continues on 03P070
A reading from June of 2003. Performers on this tape are Brenda Coultas and Reed Bye with Steven Taylor, Junior Burke, and Laurie Rugenstein. Coultas reads from her book "The Bowery Project." Bye's band plays three songs including "Imagination Gets Real." This is part 2 of 2.
A reading (tape 2 of 2) held at Naropa University June 6 2003. Robin Blaser concludes the evening of readers that included Elizabeth Robinson and Kenneth Irby. Blaser reads from his books The Holy Forest and Wonders as well as newer work. This is part 2 of 2.
This is the first half of the Naropa Summer Writing Program 2002 Faculty Reading with Jen Hofer, Keith Abbott, Nina Zivancevic and Karen Tei Yamashita. On this first half of the recording are Hofer, reading mainly from her book Slide Rule, and Keith Abbott, reading one poem, and mainly from his body of prose work. This is part 1 of 2.
This is the first second of the Naropa Summer Writing Program 2002 Faculty Reading with Jen Hofer, Keith Abbott, Nina Zivancevic and Karen Tei Yamashita. On this second half of the recording are Zivancevic, reading from her body of poetry, including "Mask of Red Death" for the AIDS Generation, "Garden of Distress," "At the Frick," and "Homage to Allen" (for Allen Ginsberg). Karen Tei Yamashita concludes the event with her reading, mainly from her works...
Part one of a two part faculty reading during the Summer Writing Program at Naropa recorded June 19, 2003. Readers on this tape (tape one) are Bhanu Kapil Performing Water Damage, A Memoir, and Renee Gladman reading The Zone.This reading continues on 03P039 part 1 of 2.
Joanne Kyger reads an assortment of pieces, including a prose piece made up of letters from Philip Whalen, excerpts from her series "Shine It On, for Larry Fagin," and "The Toke Princess." Lee Ann Brown and Tony Torn read several poems including "The Baby in the Wheelchair" and sonnets. Lee Ann also sings several songs, including "The Ballad of Susan Smith." This is part 2 of 2.
Deborah Richards and Bhanu Kapil-Rider are the first half of a Summer Writing Program faculty reading, June, 2002. Deborah Richards reads her piece, "Parable." Bhanu Kapil-Rider reads from selections of The Wolfgirls of Midnapure, The Vertical Interrogation of Strangers, and The Autobiography of a Cyborg.
A SWP faculty reading including Elizabeth Robinson, Kenneth Irby and Robin Blaser held at Naropa University June 14, 2003. Elizabeth Robinson reads poetry followed by Kenneth Irby reading poetry. This is part 1 of 2.
July 3, 2001 Faculty Reading with Donald Guravich, Lisa Jarnot, Anselm Hollo and Kristin Prevallet. The reading opens with Anne Waldman introducing Mary Kite who presents a small explanation of the Naropa Audio Archive and the level of its importance to the community. Donald Guravich reads a number of pieces including: "Education," "Bob's new career," "Sally and Stan," "Raph the artist" and "Paper and rocks." Lisa Jarnot reads a number of her...
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A panel on Feminism and Gender with Julie Kizershot(chair), Tony Torn, LeeAnn Brown, Michael DuPlessis, Samuel R. Delany that focuses on Language (pronoun use), Science fiction, performance, drag, Gender roles, and reading lists. This is part 1 of 2.
Fielding Dawson presents a fiction workshop at Naropa Institute. Dawson discusses publishing contracts, the life and work of Henry Fielding, formulaic and artistic novels, and the importance of recognizing one's limitations and writing within them, among other topics. Thisis part 1 of 2.